David Eduardo Bernal Michelena
- Affiliation: SCITUM
David Bernal Michelena holds a bachelors degree in Computer Engineering from the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM), he currently holds the position of Senior Computer Forensic Analyst at Scitum since July 2011. His main activities are evidence acquisition, analysis, preservation and results reporting to Scitums clients.
Scitum is one of the largest and most renowned computer security corporations in Mexico and Latin America. It provides several security services to Mexican private and public institutions, including large Banks among other large government clients.
He is a first responder when a client has suffered or is afraid of having suffered a security breach on their computer information systems. In Scitum, he has been able to perform forensic analysis and incident response in large multi-platform enterprise networks.
He is also in charge of maintaining, and improving Scitums forensic laboratory, testing and benchmarking both commercial and open source forensic software as well as forensic hardware devices.
In 2011 and 2012, David thought several information security courses to Scitum staff and trainees. He is also one of the main instructors of computer forensic courses given to clients and internal staff.
In November 2010, David was one of the main instructors in the forensics workshop on LINUX systems at the prestigious local event UNAM security conference. From August 2009 to July 2011 he worked as an incident handler and forensic analyst in UNAM Computer Emergency Response Team, which is the first CERT to be created in Mexico.
In August 2010, he was one of the winners of Honeynet 5th Forensic Challenge, log mysteries. From May 2011 to July 2011, he gave his first SANS 508 Advanced Computer Forensic and Incident Response course in Mexico.
As an added value, David will include an extra session given by Ivonne Muoz, who is one of the most renowned and experienced information security lawyers in Mexico. This session will give the assistants the required knowledge about the legal issues related to computer forensics in Mexico.
David is Access Data ACE and GCFE certified.
On his free time, he likes to play the piano.
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Mentor Session Mexico City, Mexico
Sep 14, 2013 -
Nov 23, 2013
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